Editorial: Inganamort, Moore for Council
In the township, Inganamort is trying for his first run at elected office while Moore has been a longtime school board member. While he may be new to local politics, Inganamort has an interesting resume of involvement on the national level. Locally, Inganamort wants to boost shared services and improve the athletic fields next to the Black River Middle School, both worthy goals.
Campaigning suits Chester Council candidates
Mike Inganamort has more experience working for campaigns than being the focus of one. However, the Chester Township Republican has found that running his own campaign and getting out to talk to voters suits him.
Australians visit Chester farm as part of broad US visit
Michael Inganamort of Chester Township coordinated a schedule of meetings for the group while they were in New Jersey, including meeting Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno, former Gov. Christine Todd Whitman, Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, the office of U.S. Sen. Cory Booker, D-N.J.,scientists from Bell Lab in New Providence, Morris County Sheriff James Gannon, Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi, Morris County Freeholder Hank Lyon, and Somerset County Freeholder Director Peter Palmer.
Republican Primary Election Results
Daily Record (6/7/17)
Council (vote for 2)
Derek Moore : 436
Michael Inganamort : 604
Michael D. Noll : 390
Moore, Inganamort win GOP primary for Chester Township Council
Republicans Derek Moore and Mike Inganamort won their party’s nominations in Tuesday’s primary election for two seats on the Township Council. Moore of Route 24 picked up 427; Inganamort of Knollwood Terrace received 594 votes; and Mike Noll of Ironia Road collected 383 votes.
LETTER: Vote Inganamort for Chester Township Council
Mike has the right combination of respect for our past and enthusiasm for the future. He’s zeroed in on the issues that really matter, like getting a hold of our taxes, sharing more services, maintaining Chester’s rural character, fighting state housing mandates, and continuously innovating.
LETTER: Vote Inganamort to Chester Township Council
Mike recognizes the qualities that make Chester a great place to live and raise a family. He is committed to ensuring that our town remains a top choice, not only for new residents, but for those who have lived here and chosen to stay. He has the heart to serve and the skills to lead. Mike has a responsible vision for the future and will act in the best interests of Chester Township.
LETTER: Inganamort has abilities for Chester Township Council
He has clearly exhibited his strong work ethic by being energetic, thorough and persevering. Further, he has demonstrated a keen analytical mind with the ability to assimilate an assortment of ideas into workable solutions. He is expert at closing the gap between theory and practice. His thinking is insightful, astute, systematic and practical.
LETTER: Inganamort has optimism and energy to serve Chester Township
When I met Mike, I was immediately impressed by his sincerity, optimism, energy and willingness to invest his time and efforts to ensuring Chester Township continues to be a great place to live for current and future residents. This is apparent to anyone who has met Mike, or who has followed his campaign.
Three Republicans run for party support for two seats on Chester Township Council
Inganamort wants to stabilize taxes and is in full support of shared services. He said he would protect open space and encourage families to find ways to enhance the values of their homes. Inganamort serves on the township Marketing and Communications Committee. He is aware of the big picture.
Veteran operative Mike Inganamort announces run for Chester Township Council
Veteran NJ GOP politico Mike Inganamort is running for Chester Township Council, Save Jerseyans.
Inganamort announces GOP candidacy for Chester Township Council
A former employee of the U.S. Department of the Interior hopes to land a seat on another government level, the Chester Township Council.
Chester man leads delegation to Tunisia, Morocco
Daily Record (8/15/16)
Chester resident Michael Inganamort led a delegation to Tunisia and Morocco this summer in an effort to find a better understanding of the Arab Spring which began in 2011 and continues to have impact in the region today.
Chester man joins delegation to birthplace of 'Arab Spring'
While most of us spent the weekend celebrating our democracy, people like Michael Inganamort are interested in helping others achieve theirs or at least finding out how America can help.